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  • Zynga’s IP game

    The gaming company’s IP lawyer Renee Lawson tells Emma Barraclough about the move from partner to start-up, why the company listens to its lawyers, and the ups and downs of cross-border litigation

  • Brand protection in ASEAN: a practical view

    The ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), set to come into effect on December 31, has the goal of transforming Southeast Asia into a region with free movement of goods, services, investment, skilled labour and a freer flow of capital. Henry Goodwin and Candice Kwok discuss the future of brand protection in the region and what rights holders need to be aware of as they look to enter the markets there

  • Time to put strategies in place for 3D printing

    3D printing offers new opportunities to IP owners and manufacturers, but also brings risks. Justin E Pierce and Steven J Schwarz suggest some approaches companies can take to maximise protection in the United States

  • Beware when using the Madrid Protocol in Africa

    The Madrid Protocol is now in effect in the OAPI member states and Zimbabwe. But, says Wayne Meiring, that does not necessarily mean that international registrations will be valid and enforceable

  • Zynga’s IP game

    The gaming company’s IP lawyer Renee Lawson tells Emma Barraclough about the move from partner to start-up, why the company listens to its lawyers, and the ups and downs of cross-border litigation

  • Sirius and Pandora cases raise fundamental IP issues

    The popularity of pre-1972 music on internet radio has thrown up a fierce legal battle over sound recording licences in the United States. Peter E Masaitis and Evan W Woolley explain – with a bit of help from their friends in the 60s and 70s music scene

  • The rules on recovering costs

    The possibility to recover costs in IP cases can be an important consideration in your litigation strategy. Correspondents in Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, the United Kingdom and United States answer six questions about their jurisdictions

  • The impact of the UPC on life science companies

    Life science companies face unique patent issues, for example concerning relief, exemptions and supplementary protection. Bert Oosting, Andreas von Falck, Stanislas Roux-Vaillard, Stephen Bennett and Daniel Brook examine how these questions will be addressed in the proposed UPC

  • Africa: Noteworthy trade mark ruling in Kenya


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April 2015

Zynga’s IP game

The gaming company’s IP lawyer Renee Lawson tells Emma Barraclough about the move from partner to start-up, why the company listens to its lawyers, and the ups and downs of cross-border litigation



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